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We understand that responsible pet ownership is an important factor for a safer community for both our loved ones and animal companions.

The first step in this direction is acquiring a pet license. Being able to register means eliminating the grief attached to losing your pet or finding the owner of a stray animal. Pet licenses enable us to partner with you in this endeavor. With your information, we can easily take measures to ensure your pet’s welfare and our community’s security.

 

With this in mind, both dogs and cats must be licensed. Your pet licenses are valid for a year and a notice will be delivered to you when it is time to renew it. With our drive for efficient service, registering your pet has never been easier. Just drop by Town Hall and we will fix everything up for you here.

 

The first thing to think about is if your animal has been spayed or neutered. If so, you will need to bring proof of alteration from your veterinarian. This also applies if your pet has a tattoo or microchip. Otherwise, your registration rates fall under the category of unaltered animals.

 

Please refer to the following rates for further information:

 

Year of Registration

Animal

Rate

Altered Animal with Microchip or Tattoo

Dog

$15.75

Cat

$10.50

Altered Animal without Microchip or Tattoo

Dog

$31.50

Cat

$31.50

Unaltered Animal with Microchip or Tattoo

Dog

$36.75

Cat

$36.75

Unaltered Animal without Microchip or Tattoo

Dog

$52.50

Cat

$52.50

 

New Resident or New Animal Licenses aer prorated by month. A prood of alteration (spaying or neutering) certificate from a veterinarian is required in order to apply the"altered animal" rate. 

A proof of microchip or tattoo certificate from a veterinarian is required in order to apply the "microchip or tattoo" rate 

 

Another thing to remember is that if you move during the year, please advise the Town as to your new address. 

You can do this by clicking on this link.

Let us make our community a safer place for our pets.

If you have any questions, please contact our us at (403) 823-6300.